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Today, I am doing three tags – The School for Good An Evil book tag, The Memez tag and the GIF-y Love tag! Let’s get started!
School for Good And Evil book tag
I was tagged for this by Riddhi @Whispering Stories. Do check out her blog guys, she does some amazing posts!
- Thank whoever tagged you and link back to their post!
- Link to the original tag’s creator: Sabrina @ Notes From a Paper Plane Nomad!
- Please credit if using these graphics, these eyeballs didn’t dry out squinting at a screen for nothing 👀👀
- Pick a book that fits each prompt.
- Tag whoever, as many or as few as you like!
- Post these rules and list of prompts in your tag post. If you copy-paste the rules, it should automatically pingback to me so I’ll see your tag post!
Like Riddhi, my answer is also the first Agatha Christie book I read – And Then There Were None. My father was obsessed with Agatha Christie at that time, and was always telling me to read And Then There Were None. After much reluctance and hesitation, I did, and now, when I have read almost 15 Christie novels, that one is still my favourite.
The School for Good and Evil! Well, yeah, the prompt itself says “Agatha” and however much I disliked the book, at least it did give the message of self acceptance through Agatha’s character.
A lot of books I have read were ‘unforgettable’, but when you say ‘unique’, the first book that comes into my mind is The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. It was just exploding with originality.
Fairytale? Well, I don’t remember reading fairy tales since I was 6. But Keeper Of The Lost Cities series did have elves and other magical creatures so…
I am not sure what exactly is meant by a ‘sweet’ book and since I don’t read romance, i am gonna skip this one.
I love the short story collections by O’Henry. They are witty, humorous, and ALWAYS end in really unexpected twists.
Anne of Green Gables!
I want to say Frostheart (the illustrations are amazing!), but the author and the illustrator of Frostheart are the same person, so how about I say I love the collaboration of Jamie and Jamie😉
The most obvious choice – Harry Potter!
Helped me? The Boy With The Striped Pyjamas, since a chapter out of the is in my school syllabus this year, and it helps to know the entire story😂. Don’t get me wrong, I understand that the question probably meant “helped me psychologically or emotionally” or something, but duh, I am 13 I don’t really have a lot of stress or anything.
No book has ever felt like a ‘punishment’, and if it has, I DNF’d it.
This is obviously going to be The Keeper Of Lost Cities series. I don’t know how Shannon does it, but she tortures us with cliffhangers at the end of every book in the series!
Lilly @Lilly’s Little Library
Tiction @Fictionally Crazy
Ashmita @The Fictional Journal
Cherelle @A Bolt Out Of The Book
Pilar @The Bookworm Shelf
The Memez Tag
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Add a meme for all the topics given (the nominees can take any topic)
- Nominate minimum 5 bloggers
- Add the link of the creator (i.e. Aaliya’s Nook)
- And Don’t forget to put the following tags: #thememeztag, #amemeforeverything
A Harry Potter Meme
A Bookish Meme
COVID Related Meme
Cartoon Character Related Meme
Riddhi @Whispering Stories
Ahaana @Windows To Worlds
Madeline @The Bookish Mutant
Shanessa @ My Days In Montana
And YOU!! If you like the look of this tag, consider yourself tagged by me!
This tag has been created by Nehal @Books And Words and Tiction @Fictionally Crazy I was tagged for this by the creator herself. So this used to be a weekly tag, but even though I never did this tag (sorry, don’t hate me but I prefer emojis over GIFs), I am sad to see it go. Anyway, thank you Nehal for the tag, and here we go!
- Thank the person who tagged you and leave a link to their blog.
- Mention the creators (Tiction and Nehal).
- Make a post, do list the rules.
- Use the tag #gif-y-love and choose a GIF you love for each of the provided prompts.
- Tag at least 5 people.
- That’s it! Make sure you laugh a lot in the process too.
April @Booked Till Midnight
Evin @A Curly Sue’s Ramblings
Amy @A Fangirl’s Opinion
Rebecca @Bex The Bibliophile
Aha, so that was one long post, wasn’t it? Alright, so I would like to end this post by promoting my own weekly tag called Character Chat. You can see my latest Character Chat post (its only the 2nd one actually) HERE.
I do not want to make this post any longer, so tschüss (which means goodbye in German) and bis bald (which means see you soon)!